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Pierre Khawand speaking at HR West 2011 on April 11, 2011 on "Accomplishing More with Less: Five Productivity Principles for the Digital Age"

Posted by Pierre Khawand on Fri, Mar 18, 2011 @ 09:40 AM

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Accomplishing More with Less: Five Productivity Principles for the Digital Age

Monday April 11, 2011 from 3:00 to 4:15 pm (Oakland Convention Center)

Workplace Application: Overcome the challenges of information overload and learn to work efficiently to achieve desired results.

In today's digital age, information comes our way from many fronts and in abundance. As individuals, this information overload inhibits our ability to meet our business and personal goals, affecting our satisfaction at work and in our personal lives. Master five key productivity principles to help you, your team, and your organization overcome the challenges of information overload and work efficiently together to achieve the desired results.

Presenter: Pierre Khawand, Founder & CEO, People-onTheGo

Pierre Khawand Founder & CEO of People-OnTheGo (www.people-onthego.com), has more than twenty years of experience in the software industry. He has led several technology ventures, completed successful mergers and acquisitions, and founded People-OnTheGo in 2001. His best-selling Accomplishing More With Less workshop and book enables business professionals to better cope with information overload and competing priorities. Pierre is also the author of the popular less-is-more blog. Pierre holds a Master's degree in Engineering from the University of Michigan, and has completed several Executive Education programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Management.

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